Sounds good. I personally don't have any interest in log file i/o
counters, but that's just me. I wonder if stats collector counters might
be useful... I seem to recall an effort to improve that area. Maybe not
enough use to take the performance hit on a regular basis, though.
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On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 1:44 PM, Nigel Heron <nhe...@querymetrics.com>wrote:
> Hi, thanks, I'm still actively working on this patch. I've gotten the
> traffic counters working when using SSL enabled clients (includes the
> ssl overhead now) but I still have the walsender transfers under SSL
> to work on.
> I'll post an updated patch when i have it figured out.
> Since the patch changes some views in pg_catalog, a regression test
> fails .. i'm not sure what to do next. Change the regression test in
> the patch, or wait until the review phase?
> I was also thinking of adding global counters for the stats collector
> (pg_stat* file read/write bytes + packets lost) and also log file io
> (bytes written for txt and csv formats) .. any interest?
> On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 12:50 PM, Mike Blackwell <mike.blackw...@rrd.com>
> > I added this to the current CF, and am starting to review it as I have
> > Mike Blackwell | Technical Analyst, Distribution Services/Rollout
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> > On Mon, Oct 21, 2013 at 11:32 AM, Stephen Frost <sfr...@snowman.net>
> >> Nigel,
> >> * Nigel Heron (nhe...@querymetrics.com) wrote:
> >> > Hi, I've been using postgres for many years but never took the time to
> >> > play
> >> > with the code until now. As a learning experience i came up with this
> >> > WIP
> >> > patch to keep track of the # of bytes sent and received by the server
> >> > over
> >> > it's communication sockets. Counters are kept per database, per
> >> > connection
> >> > and globally/shared.
> >> Very neat idea. Please add it to the current commitfest
> >> (http://commitfest.postgresql.org) and, ideally, someone will get in
> >> review it during the next CM.
> >> Thanks!
> >> Stephen